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Inherit Multi Value Parameter


Inherit Multi Value Parameter

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Hi geniuses!

I have 3 reports:
Report1 with 2 tablix in it (tablix1 and tablix2). These tablix are quite small, and the info can't really be analysed (unless the user uses 2 parameters)
Report2 with tablix1. And here all the data can be analysed.
Report3 with tablix2. All good here! Smile

In my Report1 I've created 2 buttons, linking to Report2 and Report3.

When the user choose to see Report2 or Report3, both based on the same parameters in Report1, I want both to inherit the values from both parameters from Report1.
The multi value parameter doesn't inherit the values.

Any solution?
Thanks
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You can check this

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Doesn't work for me.
Do you have another example?
davdam8
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No need to do =SPLIT(JOIN..., in SSRS 2008
It can be done in the properties, in the action section. Just add the parameters.
The problem that can show up, is when any parameter is a multivalue parameter.
When you select a multi value the parameter, the expression is: Parameters!ParameterName.Value(0)
All I had to do was to remove '(0)' from the expression.
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